FallOut CrossFit – School of Elite Fitness Tri-cities, WA

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CrossFit in the Media

I really like to see CrossFit make the health and fitness media outlets. We have the CrossFit Journal and CrossFit Radio. CrossFit this last year even broadcast the games live on the internet. CrossFit is HUGE! Yet in all of its popularity it’s still a blip on the radar of most fitness media people. But it’s digging it’s spikes in and is ready for the gun. Because CrossFit it quickly gaining traction and on it’s way to becoming a household topic. People who know me know that I don’t have much to talk about but CrossFit. You should never talk about work at home with the family but I don’t consider FOCF work so I talk about it all the time. CrossFit just recently announced a 10 year deal with Reebok, with a possible $1 million dollars going to the winners of the games. Huge pay raise from last year and the year before! Is that too much money though? Interested in your thoughts. CrossFit just recently was in an article of Men’s Fitness – MF’er Crosses Over.  “[CrossFit’s] goal is not to promote specialized fitness—like spinning, for example—but to enhance your overall athleticism: cardiovascular endurance, strength, flexibility, power, speed, agility, and balance.” CrossFit is controversial and critiqued by most of the fitness world as something with out structure and that it’s hard to schedule randomness. But is it really? Just show up, do what’s asked of you and you get better. Doesn’t seem that complicated. We are concerned with overall improvement of fitness in all categories.  There is a method to the madness, and those who stick with the program and commit to becoming better then they were yesterday will most certainly get results.

WOD: Friday


  • 10 squats/1 push up
  • 9 squats/2 push ups
  • …. 1 squat/10 push ups


  • 10 Single arm kettlebell swing (switch arms as needed)
  • Run to street and back
  • repeat 9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1

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